South Australia is the perfect holiday destination for Hong Kong’s discerning travellers with incredible food and wine experiences and breathtaking natural beauty.
Hong Kong celebrity Vincci Cheuk Wan Chi and her grandmother recently visited South Australia, exploring South Australia’s capital city of Adelaide, the classic Australian blend of food and wine in Barossa and the Australian wildlife on Kangaroo Island. While uncovering South Australia’s hidden gems with her grandmother, Vincci produced an online video series. Click here to watch more in search of your next holiday!
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Vincci’s five-day, four-night trip to South Australia included the following holiday highlights:
A tour around the vibrant city of Adelaide with Eco-Caddy followed by a tour of the Adelaide Hills and a chance to explore the historic German town of Hahndorf. A stop in at Cleland Wildlife Park to get up close with native animals such as koalas and kangaroos on the way back to the city of Adelaide.
A scenic drive to Cape Jervis to catch the Sealink ferry over to Kangaroo Island, Australia’s zoo without fences. Lunch at the Oyster Farm followed by an afternoon spotting sea lions at Seal Bay.
A visit to Kangaroo Island’s Remarkable Rocks, a spectacular natural wonder in the Flinders Chase National Park. Lunch at Andermel Marron Farm followed by a leisurely journey back to Adelaide across the Fleurieu Peninsula.
Exploring the world-famous Barossa Valley, starting with a ‘wine flight’ at boutique winery Hentley Farm before a picnic lunch at Australian food icon Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop. A visit to the historic Seppeltsfield Winery for a ‘taste your birth year’ experience before returning to Adelaide for dinner at Adelaide hotspot Andre’s Cucina.
Shopping at the South Australia’s principal food hub for over 140 years at Central Market.